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Electronic Port Platform


An Electronic Port Platform, where the involved in the TEN ECOPORT project stakeholders along with operators, universities and other port authorities are able to contribute by adding and exchanging sustainable technology ideas, good practices, scientific publications, success stories and by having an open discussion regarding the critical issues of the ports, has been developed.

This platform is aimed at facilitating the exchange of experiences and communication between the ports, coastal towns and hinterland areas, and it constitutes a fundamental element for the coordination, in the long term, of investments for the future efficiency and sustainability of the sea-network.

DEMO of the Electronic Port Platform

e-platform demo


To work jointly on eco-routes


To provide the decision-makers with the useful tools & policies that will help them plan the future common model for the efficiency of the Trans-European Network corridors